Max Creek Live at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel on 1997-01-31
Set 1: Love Makes You Lose Your Mind > Darlin', Ramblin' Gamblin' Man, Thoughts, Ashes of Love, Cecelia > The Field > Let It Roll. Set 2: Summer Sun > The Seven, Howard Johnson's, jam > Something Is Forming > Drums, jam > Knockin' on Heaven's Doors> Twist and Shout > If You Ask Me. Encore: 99 Years.
Collection MaxCreekBand/Artist Max CreekVenue Lupo's Heartbreak HotelLocation Providence, RISource SBD > DATLineage DAT > Sony PCM-R500 DAT deck > Onkyo SE-U55 USB Digital Audio Processor > Wire Tap Pro > aiff > SoundSoap 2 (noise removal) > Peak Pro 6.2 (audio editing) > xACT > flac16Taped by Matthew HeydmanTransferred by Ed Hall
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September 16, 2012
sweet set list
went after this for the 99 years and one dark day, but was overjoyed by the other tracks i discovered in this set list. fun stuff. the sound is stellar; ramblin gamblin man is a prime example.
... through space and time ...
November 9, 2011
Superior sound & love will make you lose your mind
As spacey mentioned, great sound indeed! Plus a smoking, bluegrassy MC. Why isn't this band bigger than they are? Choice? They have the tunes, the chops and the years. I have no complaints seeing them in easy drivable chunks, w/ a 9pm starting time in 3/4 filled rooms.
Love Makes You Lose Your Mind is worth it alone. What a kick ass tune. Summer Sun is a home run. Howard Johnson's (yeah, they have been around that long) isn't too influenced by Johnny Cash, especially Mark's vocal phrasings ;-) It's fun, as is the show. And an old (way older than MC!) bluegrass song, 99 Years and One Dark Day, finishes things off.
November 9, 2011
ed hall thank u for providing us with a fantastically crisp soundboard recording of the east coast's best kept musical secret.. this show smokes, definitely download it. this may be one of the best sounding recordings on the archive to this date of creek